A quintessentially English treasure amid the bustling centre of London. A city treat for tourists and locals alike 


Opened in 1812, Claridge’s hotel is one of splendour and elegance. The five-star retreat continues to stand out as one of the most luxurious places to stay in the heart of Mayfair, London. With its flawless and discreet service, you undoubtedly feel like royalty from the moment you step foot through the entrance. With recent guests including the likes of Freida Pinto and Lana Del Rey, Claridge’s continues to be as much in demand today as it was when it opened to great fanfare over 200 years ago.



Celebrities, tourists and also patrons can be found indulging in one of the two elegant restaurants. The Foyer and Reading Room, famous for its award-winning afternoon tea, also serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails. For guests looking for something even more indulgent, Gordon Ramsay’s exclusive restaurant serves refined and world-renowned cuisine. Though, with the restaurant closing in June 2013, make a booking quick. And for those who simply want a taste of Claridge’s glamour, immerse yourself in the sumptuous bar, The Fumoir, for a retro cocktail or two.



Known as the ‘Art Deco jewel of Mayfair’, Claridge’s continues to pay homage to an era of influential art and design, with an array of 1920s features still in place today. For the travelling fashionista, renowned designer and Claridge’s regular Diane Von Furstenberg has put her stamp on 20 rooms and suites with her eclectic signature prints, fabrics and contemporary furniture.



The lobby alone in this five-star hotel is enough to please any reveller. A superb place for people-watching, the magnificent entrance manages to be both a hive of activity and an oasis of calm at the same time. With excellent service that is polite and personal without being stuffy and formal, no request is too grand. Guests staying in the luxury hotel suites will be waited on by their very own butler. To top off the exquisite service, each guest will find a Burberry trench coat in their closet, one that they can wear for the length of their stay, free of charge.

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